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APAC Advisory – Bangladesh: Student murder sparks protest

 The murder of a university student has triggered protests in Bangladesh. Yesterday, thousands of university students staged protests in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka after an undergraduate student was allegedly killed by activists of Chhatra League, the student wing of the ruling Awami League Party. Protests were also staged in Rajshahi City where students blocked […]
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13 October 2019 APAC Advisory – (Update) Japan: Oct 13 RWC matches

Location: The sites of the Osaka, Kumamoto and Yokohama RWC matches today The match between Namibia and Canada at the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium in Iwate Prefecture has been cancelled due to the destruction and flooding in the area caused by Typhoon Hagibis, Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2019 organizers announced. The powerful typhoon, which struck […]
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10 October 2019 APAC Advisory – Indonesia: Islamic State suspect stabs security minister

A suspected Islamic State radical stabbed Indonesia’s Chief Security Minister Wiranto as he was stepping out of a vehicle during his working visit to Pandeglang, Banten province earlier today. The attack left two deep wounds in Wiranto’s stomach and injured at least one of his adjutants. The 72-year-old minister, a former general, was rushed to […]
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10 October 2019 APAC Advisory – (Update) Japan: No RWC match today; weekend games to be likely cancelled

Sites of the stadiums used yesterday. The Rugby World Cup 2019 being held in Japan is set to take a break today; no match is scheduled today. The tournament will resume on October 11, when Australia faces Georgia at the Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa in Shizuoka Prefecture. RWC organizers are yet to make an announcement on […]
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6 October 2019 APAC Advisory – Hong Kong: High Court rejects bid to suspend anti-mask law

 Hong Kong’s High Court has rejected a bid from pro-democracy lawmakers to suspend the government’s ban on wearing masks at protest in the city. The ruling of Justice Godfrey Lam Wan-ho came after 24 opposition lawmakers asked the court to suspend and revoke the ban yesterday. Background: On October 4, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie […]
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3 October 2019 APAC Advisory- China: Gold worth millions in former mayor’s home

 Chinese authorities allegedly found more than 13 tons of gold in the basement of a former mayor, Zang Qi’s home during a corruption investigation. The cops recovered more than USD 637 million along with the gold at his house in Haikou City. The former mayor was undergoing a disciplinary review for possible corruption charges […]
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2 October 2019 APAC Advisory – Taiwan: Two dead, 12 injured after bridge collapses in Yilan

 Two people died, four were missing and at least 12 others were injured, six seriously, when a 140-meter arch bridge collapsed in northeast Taiwan yesterday morning. The incident occurred in Nanfango fishing harbor in Yilan county. The bridge collapse sent an oil tanker truck into the water, crushing onto several fishing boats and sparking […]
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2 October 2019 APAC Advisory- Indonesia: Students protest in Jakarta, hand flowers to security officers

 Thousands of university students from various campuses gathered yesterday in Senayan, Central Jakarta and marched toward the House of Representatives compound to continue their daily protest against controversial revisions to existing laws. The students were blocked by police and military personnel roughly 600 meters from the legislative complex’s front gate. The authorities had installed […]
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30 September 2019 (Update) Hong Kong cleans up for China’s National Day

Hong Kong is cleaning up today in preparation for China’s National Day tomorrow. Authorities are eager to avoid scenes that could embarrass the central government in Beijing. Metro stations and roads re-opened after a chaotic weekend that saw protesters setting fires and throwing petrol bombs outside government offices and across central districts. Police responded by […]
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1 October 2019 APAC Advisory – (Update) Indonesia: Protesters storm Fairmont Hotel in Jakarta

As an update to an earlier advisory, this report features a video clip, taken by an on-site APAC-A source, showing a group of protesters storming the Fairmont Hotel in Jakarta yesterday. The police gave chase and caught up with the rioters in front of Plaza Semanggi. Police again had to use tear gas to disperse […]
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